This recap contains spoilers for Outlander Season 3, episode 4, titled “Of Lost Things.”
Season 3 of Outlander isn’t just a story about Claire and Jamie finding their way back together — in many ways, it’s also a story of parenthood, and the sacrifices that all of our characters make for the people they love.
While Claire is able to raise Brianna in the safety of Boston, Jamie’s journey of fatherhood has been much more painful; he couldn’t be with Claire after she lost their first baby, Faith, and he sent her back through the Standing Stones with the expectation that he would never meet their second child. Read more…
It’s not just NFL players who are taking knees. Legendary musician Stevie Wonder knelt down on both during a festival in New York on Saturday evening.
“Tonight, I’m taking a knee for America,” Wonder said as his son, Kwame Morris, assisted him at the Global Citizens Festival in Central Park. “But not just one knee, I’m taking both knees. Both knees in prayer for our planet, our futures, our leaders of the globe, and our world.”
By dropping to his knees, Wonder joined the growing list of people showing their solidarity after President Donald Trump said that owners of NFL teams should fire players that sit or kneel during the national anthem, a right that is constitutionally-protected free speech. Read more…
Black Swan didn’t open big either, for what it’s worth.
Mother!, the latest mindf*ck from writer/director Darren Aronofsky with stars Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem, is off to a seemingly slow start at the box office. Despite opening this weekend in more than 2,300 theaters, the current three-day domestic estimate is $7.5 million.
That’s less than one-third of the movie’s reported $30 million budget. It’s still enough to land Mother! in the #3 slot on the weekend box office charts, behind fellow newcomer American Assassin ($14.8 million) and record-breaking horror champ It ($60 million). Read more…
When the FBI published its 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment, the report drew ire for an unusual new addition: Juggalos, the fanbase of Detroit hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse.
Now, 6 years later and still classified by the FBI as a gang, ICP fans descended on Washington D.C. for the Juggalo March, a coming-together of music fans looking to peacefully protest a classification they feel is unjust.
The march took place on Saturday at D.C.’s National Mall, and according to The Hill, hundreds gathered to take a stand.
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Kendrick Lamar and the stunning visuals for his single “HUMBLE” took home the coveted Video of the Year award at this year’s MTV VMA awards. It’s the fifth award the video has received tonight.
Lamar’s “HUMBLE” beat out a slew of stars who had to sit down and be humble in the presence of the G.O.A.T.—including Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic,” Alessia Cara’s “Scars to Your Beautiful,” DJ Khaled’s “Wild Thoughts” featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, and The Weeknd’s “Reminder.”
He accepted the award from Wonder Woman‘s Gal Gadot and gave a sweet but brief thank you to fans and the folks behind the video. Read more…
A doctor in Kentucky and her patient will always remember their babies’ birthdays.
Amanda Hess, an OB/GYN in Frankfort, Kentucky, was in the hospital as she prepared to give birth to her daughter. While she waited, Hess heard another expectant mother who was closer to giving birth.
The doctor went to the room, where a woman who happened to be one of her patients was fully dilated. The doctor on call was on his way to the hospital, but the baby was coming. So Hess stepped in and handled the delivery right before she went back to her own room to give birth. Read more…